A bunch of Wildcats from Arizona will be looking to devour a flock of Ducks in Oregon in a key Pac 12 early season matchup Saturday night. This showdown is scheduled to commence in Autzen Stadium at 10:30 PM ET with national coverage provided by ESPN.
Both of these teams enter this contest at 3-0, and are offensive juggernauts. The Ducks own the 7th ranked offense, and are ranked 4th in rushing and 5th in scoring. The Cats offense is ranked 4th overall, 7th in passing, and 12th in scoring. Start your NCAA Football Wagering on BYU vs. Boise State Game.
Arizona is ranked No. 22 in the nation after defeating South Carolina State in convincing fashion 56-0 last Saturday. While the Bulldogs were greatly overmatched, Arizona coach Rich Rodriguez has to be happy with the result. The team has already racked up 741 rushing yards and 1030 passing yards this year. Look for QB Matt Scott to continue the good run he has established throwing the ball in the Wildcats first three games against the Ducks. Scott is averaging 332 passing yards per game this year. However, Arizona did give up 644 yards to Oklahoma State.
Oregon will not be the easy mark South Carolina State was, as they are ranked No. 3 in the country and can score points in bunches, as evidenced by their 54 average points scored in the first 3 games of 2012. They are scoring 47.2 ppg in their last 14.
Oregon is 27-14 ATS in the Pac10 when they are the favorite by double-digits. They are 20-5 ATS in their Pac10 opener. Arizona is 7-16 ATS lately on the road, and only 5-13 ATS in the Pac10. However, they are also 10-0 ATS against Pac10 opponents when avenging a loss and are road dogs of more than 4 points. Check the NCAA Football Odds for Arizona vs. Oregon Game.
Perhaps the over may be your best bet in this one, given Arizona’s 46 point average through three games making for a nice even 100 points of offense by the two teams combined. The series winner has averaged 41.1 ppg in the last 11 meetings of these two teams. Oregon has a 56-36 ppg edge in their last 4 games.
Oregon is a huge 24 point home favorite, while the O/U is a “measly” 77 points. Both are on a $110/$100 moneyline.
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